Chengdu Konggang Mall北京华联成都空港购物中心

Destination Mall for Chengdu's Growing Middle and Upper-Middle Income Families In The Area

As At 31 December 2018

RMB640.1 million

Independent Valuation

38,870 sqm

Net Lettable Area


No. of Tenants


Occupancy Rate

4.6 years

Weighted Average Lease Expiry (Based on Net Lettable Area)

S$12.1 million

FY 2018 Gross Revenue

S$6.5 million

FY 2018 Net Property Income

Tenants Includes:
BHG Hypermarket, BHG Shuangliu Cinema, Watsons, Legou Liangfan KTV, Top Feeling, Only, La Chapelle, La Chapelle Kids, Kappa Kids, Nike, Adidas, Skechers, Jordan, Li-Ning, Burger King, Starbucks, Coco 奶茶, Holiland 好利来, 美航国际健身

Chengdu Konggang Mall brings quality shopping and experiential lifestyle services to the city's growing middle and upper-middle families. The mall has a diversified tenant base offering residents in the neighbourhood a variety of services including a supermarket, fitness centre, KTV as well as a number of food and beverage outlets, restaurants and international and local brands for the best shopping experience.

Chengdu Konggang Mall sees steady daily traffic due to its strong multitenant mix as well as its strategic location. Located in Shuangliu County in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, the mall is served by the Shuangliu railway station and is just a 5 minute drive to Shuangliu International Airport.

Chengdu Konggang Mall serves as the heart of its community providing popular activities and events in celebration of major festivals and community activities for families and young professionals living in the high density residential projects nearby.



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